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Friday, September 06, 2013

The Time I Swatched 120 Eyeshadows

Crown Brush 120 Eyeshadow Palette

Crown Brush 120 Eyeshadow Palette

Insane I know but with Crown Brush recently launching a 120 eyeshadow palette I thought it was only fair to swatch all the shades within the palette so you can judge the quality, colour pay off and of course the colours for yourself. The palette features shimmer, matte and marbled effect eyeshadows all of which are approximately the size of a 5p coin and on the whole they are very pigmented, soft in texture (some a little overly so and prone to substantial3 fall out) and blend out well. I of course have not tried out every shade on my lids but I have dipped into the neutral shades and with a primer the wear time on my oily lids is around 7-8 hours which is fairly average. What I will say is with a palette of this calibre you will never run out of colour options and will most likely never need to buy another eyeshadow again - creative types can also double up some of the shades as highlighters, blushes and liners! Despite holding every colour of the rainbow the palette is a great size and could easily be packed in a bag for travel. 

Now on to the never ending swatches ha!

Crown Brush 120 Eyeshadow Palette
Crown Brush 120 Eyeshadow Palette
Crown Brush 120 Eyeshadow Palette
Crown Brush 120 Eyeshadow Palette
Crown Brush 120 Eyeshadow Palette
Crown Brush 120 Eyeshadow Palette

First layer, in horizontal rows top to bottom.

Crown Brush 120 Eyeshadow Palette
Crown Brush 120 Eyeshadow Palette
Crown Brush 120 Eyeshadow Palette
Crown Brush 120 Eyeshadow Palette

Second layer, in horizontal rows top to bottom.

You can find the Crown Brush 120 Eyeshadow Palette via Crown Brushes for £29.99* - link
* PR sample sent for consideration of review



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31 comments:

  1. Wow!Thats a lot of swatches aha! Looks like good palette :)

    http://creamandachinacat.blogspot.co.uk/

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  2. This looks amazing, I bought the e.l.f palette that is like this but hte colours aren't very pigmented :(
    Tanks for sharing :)
    Petit Dora xoxo

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  3. whoa that's a lot of swatches! Very helpful! The variety of colours look amazing Emily xx

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  4. Yummy! I love my 120 palette but for some reason it seems nowhere near as pigmented as yours!! Maybe it's just me :) xx

    thriftyskies | beauty and trends ♡

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  5. so many swatches!! Variety of colours is amazing but I'm not sure how good the quality would be, some of the swatches look a little chalky!! Also such good value for money L xxx

    maquillagemagic.blogspot.co.uk

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  6. Looks pretty good to me! I don't think I'd even use any of these though, i'm a neutrals kinda gal!
    www.lost-in-wonderland.co.uk

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  7. Well done for swatching all of those shadows! They are stunning colours too, will have to check out the palette. Thanks for all the hard work :)

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  8. These actually seem to have a lot of pigmentation and seem to be creamy! I'd love a palette of just cool tone shades!

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  9. Oh wow! These are so pretty! Im surprised by the pigmentation, I'm always put off by these palettes and think they wont be that good! Maybe i should get my hands on one after all!


    BritishBeautyAddict

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  10. Wowies! I do love the fact that these palettes have such an amazing range of colours in them.. however I am too scared / too much of a neutral lover!

    philippaloves.blogspot.co.uk

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  11. Wow that's dedication! Such a great range of colours, and they look relaly good quality too.
    Mia
    xxx
    Pretty Eclectic

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  12. wow!! the swatches are very beautiful <3

    www.beautyfrontline.com

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  13. You can buy this exact thing from Ebay for like £10 and you have been able to for the past couple of years... nothing new here.

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    1. Yes, I agree, it is exactly the same.. I hate when companies put their own label on generic palettes and charge extra for that.

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  14. I need to get one of these to try more colorful looks :)

    // Inês Paúl //

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  15. I love that you swatched them all! Well done ^_^

    from Brigitte at // BreezeyBee Blog | BlogLovin'

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  16. Hey! I done a post on this as I have the same one, any chance I could link your blog on mine to this post for the swatches as there's none on my post?

    Also, fab post I totally agree with it! haha


    Natalie xx
    www.nataliecatherine.blogspot.co.uk

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  17. What a lot of hardwork you star! seriously admire you for this haha
    also i'm sorry I don't think you mentioned it and I'm guessing its without..but did you apply a base/primer underneath them/use them with water whilst swatching?

    The Blushing Giraffe | A New UK Beauty Blog
    xxx

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  18. Looks like some good colours in there, I normally expect huge palettes to not be very good colours - if you think for £30 you could buy maybe not even two MAC products sometimes!

    xx

    www.erinjaine.blogspot.com

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  19. These look surprisingly good! As someone else commented, I'm always put off by these big palettes, especially when they appear to be such good value for money, because I assume they'll be totally naff! Did you use a wet brush for your swatches or dry? They look really creamy so if that's with a dry brush I'm impressed and may have to purchase - there are some colours in there I'd love to try, like the reds, but would never spend money on a one off red eyeshadow!

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    1. Hello :) dry with a cotton bud no less haha!

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  20. Also, I remember when I was little my mum had a HUGE eyeshadow palette and I inherited it when I was about 13 as some of the colours she had never used. One was just like that turquoise/teal shade that always reminded me of a mermaid, I adored it, would love to have that eyeshadow back!

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  21. Holy moly, go you girl for swatching all of these! The colours look incredible, thank you for taking your time to show us this! It's so helpful :)

    http://www.blogthiswithhannah.blogspot.co.uk

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  22. Awesome lol and you are amazingly patient to do all that.

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  23. That looks great. I'm loving the greens!

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  24. that is serious dedication to blogging! love the bottom row :) x

    http://thebeautyvisual.blogspot.co.uk

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